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3.2.8 The directory tree
3.2.9 The current working directory
3.2.10 Referring to home directories
3.3.1 Moving around
3.3.2 Looking at the contents of directories
3.3.3 Creating new directories
3.3.4 Copying files
3.3.5 Moving files
3.3.6 Deleting files and directories
3.3.7 Looking at files
3.3.8 Getting online help
3.5 Summary of basic UNIX commands
3.6 Exploring the file system
3.7 Types of shells
3.8 Wildcards
3.9.1 Standard input and standard output
3.9.2 Redirecting input and output
3.9.3 Using pipes
3.10.1 Concepts of file permissions
3.10.2 Interpreting file permissions
3.10.3 Permissions Dependencies
3.10.4 Changing permissions
3.11.1 Hard links
3.11.2 Symbolic links
3.12.1 Jobs and processes
3.12.2 Foreground and background
3.12.3 Backgrounding and killing jobs
3.12.4 Stopping and restarting jobs
3.13.1 Concepts
3.13.2 Starting vi
3.13.3 Inserting text
3.13.4 Deleting text
3.13.5 Changing text
3.13.6 Commands for moving the cursor
3.13.7 Saving files and quitting vi
3.13.8 Editing another file
3.13.9 Including other files
3.13.10 Running shell commands
3.13.11 Getting vi help
3.14.1 Shell scripts
3.14.2 Shell variables and the environment
3.14.3 Shell initialization scripts
3.15 So you want to strike out on your own?
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